At Augusta Worship Center, our men work hard, pray hard, and play hard. Behold how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity_ Psalms 133:1
WHAT WE DO
Every 2nd Friday in each month @ 7:30 PM
The Brotherhood Services minister to the needs of every man to draw them closer to Christ, teach them how to love one another, raise their children, respect women and themselves, communicate with others and most important how to create value today.
Breaking Bread Breakfast
Join us for one of our breakfast fellowships where we have seminars, Q&A sessions, and discussions on dealing with life’s challenges and issues that impact the male community. It’s a great way to start your day and your spiritual walk with Christ.
Whether it’s the annual Super Bowl Fellowship, the excitement at the Atlanta Hawks Stadium, a ski trip in Western NC, or enjoying hot dogs at a local Green Jackets baseball game…one thing that brings the men together is Sports! Connect with the Brotherhood if you would like information on our next Brotherhood event.
Statistics show that women outnumber the men in the church. Our Brotherhood Conferences strive to reach more men because when men come together in unity they make the church stronger. Our International Brotherhood Conference brings men together from all over the world with powerful messages and music.
If you are like most men, you balance multiple priorities. Spending time with your family, repairs around the house, handling yard work, getting maintenance on your car, not to mention the work you are responsible for on your job…the list goes on and on. But in all that you do, make sure you have your priorities in order. God wants us to put Him first in all that we do, and one way to do that is “morning prayer”. It gets you up and talking to God in preparation for your day so that He can order your steps and help you set your other priorities. Putting God first means talking to Him first about every matter in your life. Give those matters to Him first thing in the morning. David says in Psalms 63:1, “O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee…”